Programs of Study

Educators' Summer Studio

June 19-24, 2016

If you’re a high school art, design, technology, or arts integration teacher, your professional effectiveness goes hand-in-hand with your personal creativity. The Educators’ Summer Studio is a program of meaningful professional development and impactful creative experiences designed especially for you. Experience CCAD’s new, forward-thinking curriculum firsthand and engage in collaboration with others—all in the college’s up-to-the-minute professional studios, labs, and classrooms.
In just one week, this studio intensive will help you recharge your creative side. You will:

  • Invest in your own creative growth and development
  • Build relationships with other creative and innovative educators, and with the faculty and staff at CCAD
  • Get specific activities and lesson ideas to take back to your classroom
  • Bolster your understanding of how design education can be integrated with business and entrepreneurship

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Dates & Deadlines

  • January 4: Registration Opens
  • May 27:  Registration and fee deadline
  • June 10:  Refund requests deadline
  • June 19:  Move-in and orientation
  • June 24:  Reception, exhibition, and move-out

 

Program Costs

 

The program fee of $275 covers up to 3.5 PDU/CEU credits, one week of on-campus residence, 15 meals and workshop materials. Alternatively, you may choose to live off-campus and attend as a non-residential participant for a fee of $100, which does not include meals.

 

PDU/CEUs

Successful completion of all sessions of the 2016 Educators’ Summer Studio will earn 3.5 professional development units (PDUs; formerly known as CEUs).

PDUs can be submitted to your professional development committee for application toward K–12 license renewal. But even if you don’t need PDUs for licensure, consider adding them to your professional portfolio as evidence of professional work needed to gain employment or to receive promotion or tenure.
 

Housing

Participants in the Educators’ Summer Studio are assigned private rooms in CCAD’s Design Square Apartments. Those choosing not to stay on campus will be issued a campus parking pass.
 

Curriculum

If you’re an art, design, technology, or arts integration teacher, your professional effectiveness goes hand-in-hand with your personal creativity.

The Educators’ Summer Studio is a program of meaningful professional development and impactful creative experiences designed especially for you.

Experience CCAD’s new, forward-thinking curriculum firsthand and engage in collaboration with others—all in the college’s up-to-the-minute professional studios, labs, and classrooms.

Morning Workshops

Educators will have an opportunity to register for major specific workshops lead by CCAD faculty and staff utilizing the same resources available to current students. These classes are designed to share digital and traditional methods that can be transferred to your own classroom.

Teaching the Teacher Lectures

Let’s talk about teaching: these lunchtime lectures take you into the pedagogical decisions and structures of CCAD. Learn how project-based learning, collaboration, business skills, and room of plants all come together in one of the nation’s most forward-thinking art and design.

Afternoon Collaboration

This intensive, yet fun session is designed to both challenge and nurture your creative process. You will push the boundaries of your creativity through a collaborative projects, exploring the concepts of scale, environment and thinking outside of barriers.

Personal Studio Time and Evening Activities

Each day, you will have studio time as well as open studios during the evening to explore the skills and techniques demonstrated in the workshops and collaborate with other educators. Optional evening plans may include CCAD faculty lectures, off campus outings and film screenings.
 

Additional Information

Safety and Security

Residence hall advisors and campus security staff are available at all times to ensure campus safety and security. Participants in turn are expected to follow all campus housing regulations and the CCAD student code of conduct. Specific rules and regulations are included with the information packet mailed after registration.

Getting to Campus

Columbus is served by Port Columbus International Airport (airport code CMH). Airport pick-up and drop-off services are provided by CCAD’s security staff and are available on request for Educators’ Summer Studio participants. If you plan to keep a car on campus during the program, you’ll be required to obtain a parking pass and park in designated lots. (More info about this is included in the information packet sent after you register.)